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One of the most visually rewarding projects you can do is to give your home a new look with a fresh paint job

Painting and Decorating London - A Three-Step Guide to Finding Your Inner Creative Inspiration

Professional contractors for painting and decorating in London can only suggest style ideas for your commercial or residential property. At the end of the day, you still make the final call. For the contractor to interpret your vision into an actual plan, you must convey your creative ideas properly. Here is a guide that you can follow in case you are struggling to find creative design inspiration

  1. Determine which features of your property do not need repainting.

Are there existing finishes in your property that you want to keep? The original brick fireplace, perhaps? List down all the permanent features. You want to make sure that the new paint colours will blend well with the colours of those permanent features.

  1. Find the focal points of every room.

You can also draw design inspirations from the best architectural features of a space. But how exactly do you find the focal point in a room? It’s easy. Take a step back. The first thing that you will notice in the room upon entering is often the focal point. If the room has no focal point, then create one. Consider painting one wall with a glossy or matte finish.

  1. Choose a common colour palette.

You don't have to use one colour for the whole space or for every room. You can paint the walls in different colours as long as they belong in a unified colour palette. By following a colour palette, you can create distinct spaces while maintaining the flow and harmony of design.

Good Painting and decorating in London is a job that is best left in the hands of experts. A good contractor that offers painting and decorating in London can provide quality workmanship as well as excellent customer service. You can be sure that the job is done right and within budget.

 

 

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